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Ohio enacts municipal tax reform
Multistate tax alert | December 19, 2014
On December 19, 2014, Ohio Governor Kasich signed Substitute House Bill No. 5 (“H.B. 5”), which creates uniform provisions applicable to Ohio municipal income tax regimes (municipal net profits tax).
Substitute House Bill No. 5
On December 19, 2014, Ohio Governor Kasich signed Substitute House Bill No. 5 (“H.B. 5”),1 which creates uniform provisions applicable to Ohio municipal income tax regimes (municipal net profits tax). To address specific nuances in general income tax calculation and filing procedures among the more than 600 municipalities, the bill applies uniform standards in the following areas:
- Taxation of pass-through entities
- Net operating loss carryforwards
- Consolidated corporate returns
- Withholding for nonresident employees
- Various procedural items
In this Tax Alert we summarize the significant law changes contained in H.B. 5 that impact businesses. Unless otherwise specified in the discussion that follows, these changes are effective January 1, 2016.2
1 H.B. 5, 130th Gen. Assemb., Reg. Sess. (Ohio Dec. 19, 2014). A copy of the adopted law is accessible at: http://www.legislature.state.oh.us/bills.cfm?ID=130_HB_5.
2 Substitute H.B. 5, amending Ohio Revised Code (“ORC”) § 718.04.
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